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nothing stand in your way. learn more at keller.edu. >>neil: finally, sweet music for gibson guitar not from uncle sam, no. but a very ticked off country superstar named charlie. as in charlie daniels who says the government's fight with the guitar maker does not make sense and raiding the factory for using wood does not fly. charlie is on the phone. good do have you. not a fan of what is happening to gibson. why not? >>guest: well, i can't understand this. it is like someone took a excuse to raise the gibson factory as if they were, you know, manufacturing bums or something. it is just crazy. it has to be political. it is very selective because a lot of guitar companies are doing the same thing and no one is bothering them. to me it is a political thing. and this guy is a good american, runs a good company and they would never do anything wrong, no way you convince me. >>neil: the argument is this comes from foreign countries and you have had their guitars and other stars do, as well, but you think gibson is targeted not because it has a disproportionate amount of the wood but as a
with yieri hill. chris wragge is off this morning. is it time to forgive mel gibson? his hollywood career went in a full meltdown after a anti-semitic rant are police. >> over the weekend his good friend robert downey jr. stood up and said it is time to let gibson work again. downey knows a thing or two about making mistakes and then getting back up on your feet in the movie business. we will take a look and see if hollywood is ready to give mel gibson a second chance. >>> first, here this morning, more on the tragic death of indy car driver dan wheldon yesterday. this morning, the racing world is mourning the man who won two indy 500s and who was pretty much universally regarded as a great guy and cheerleader for the sport. cbs news bit whil customer has more. >> reporter: in may he was on top of the world having won his second indianapolis 500. on sunday, indy car driver dan wheldon was killed in a fiery wreck involving 15 cars at the las vegas 300. out of control, wheldon's number 77 car went airborne and crashed into a fence. drivers described it as one of the worst wrecks they had ev
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of the classic gibson guitars met with prosecutors for the first time today over federal regulations that could shut down their business. agents say it's illegal to export raw materials like the wood used in gibson guitars. one of the lawmakers who sponsored the original bills admits it may need fixing. >> my responsibility particular sel the tennessee center. does it have an unintended consequence? is it hurting our manufacturers? if it does, i'll try to change it. >> the industry is waiting on the outcome of the investigation into gibson. >>> will she or won't she? we finally have that answer about sarah palin's plans. what the former alaska governor is saying about joining the race for president. >>> another day, another bank raising its fees. what you can expect to pay at cry tie bank. nk.  >>> big news on the campaign trail tonight. former alaska governor sarah palin announced she will not be running for president in 20 126789 in a letter she wrote that she dedicated herself to god, family, and country, and for now she will keep things in that order. >>> rick perry is report
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with pride. >> his name is gibson and he is talking about low bell prize winner. >> i picked her up at the train station and met her. then she asked, would i be willing to go to liberia to make an assessment whether she sco win. >> initially gibson said he was reluctant, but he eventually agreed. >> i went there and interviewed 371 liberians. i decided that she could win. >> gibson said he drew up a plan and thawed thought he was done until sirleaf came back to him and asked him to travel to china where campaign materials were cheapest. >> i went to china and ordered everything it would take to run a campaign. >> at that point, gibson said he was so far into the process, he didn't see nim point in turning around. the new advisor returned to liberia, and the rest is world history. >> when we empower women around the world then everyone is better off. >> rob daniels, wbal-tv 11 news. >> and you may remember our own tim tooten traveled to liberia in 2007 and he sat down with president ellen johnson-sirleaf about the connection between america and liberia. we posted this on our web site
gibson is talking about the liberian president ellen johns johnson-sirleaf. she's the first democratically elected president of an african country and also now nobel peace prize. >> she came to the train station in boston. nice lady. she asked, would i be willing to go to liberia and just make an assessment whether she could win . >> initially gibson said he was reluctant, but he eventually agreed. >> i went and interviewed 371 liberians and decided that actually a woman could win. >> gibson said he drew up a plan and thought he was done until sirleaf came back and asked him to travel to china where campaign materials why cheapest. >> i went to china and ordered the posters, stickers, banners, everything it takes to run a campaign. >> at that point gibson said he was so far into the process, he didn't see any point in turning around. so the new advisor traveled to liberia, launched the presidential campaign, and the rest is history. >> when we empower women around the world, then everyone is better off. >> rob daniels, wbal-tv 11 news. >> tim tooten traveled to liberia in 20
, learning a new skill like knitting or dancing can keep the brain active. >>> mel gibson and robert downy jr., he says it's time to forgive. >> we'll debate that coming up. >> announcer: cbs healthwatch, stow bi-flex. osteo bi-flex has really helped my knees. osteo bi-flex has been incredible for me, and i swear by it. [ male announcer ] osteo bi-flex, the glucosamine chondroitin suppment with 5-loxin advanced. shows improvement in joint comfort within 7 days. osteo bi-flex my knees thank you. [ male announcer ] osteo bi-flex. the #1 doctor and pharmacist recommended brand. hello. we're doing a taste test. ocean spray cranberry juice versus vegetable juice. first the cranberry. mm. tasty. now the vegetable juice, with more than 10 times the sodium of cranberry juice. we have a winner. your favorites, in pieces. ♪ >>> coming up coffee controversy. you might want to put down that mug. >> mine is hot water. >> the mug already is down. >> the top scientist at starbucks says climate change threatens to severely limit coffee production around the world for decades. >>
'll explain why they are taking to the streets. and some new fallout from the federal raid on gibson guitar, why the entire industry and retailers who sell them may have cause for concern. jenna: fox news alert talkerring you back to california where we are watching basically a crime trail in front of our eyes. earlier this morning there was a shooting at a workplace in cupertino, california. what you're seeing right now is new video of neighboring sunnyvale. here is how this all worked together according to local reports which we're trying to piece together at this time. a man opened fire in his workplace, which was the rock quarry in cupertino. he flees on foot, car jacques a woman, shoots her, takes that car to this home. we don't know if that is his home or somebody elses, and he's hold up in the home and you can see the s.w.a.t. team on the scene at this time. in the workplace shooting two people died earlier this mourn. we got these first reports around 6:00am local time. 9:00 on the east coast. this has slowly developed with different crime reports popping up and some confusion among
, a hollywood star come to the defense of mel gibson and a former indy car driver speaks out about the dangers of racing ♪ >>> welcome back to "the early show." i'm jeff glor along with yil.erica hill. chris wragge is off this morning. is it time to forgive mel gibson? his hollywood career went in a full meltdown after a anti-semitic rant are police. >> over the weekend his good friend robert downey jr. stood up and said it is time to let gibson work again. downey knows a thing or two about making mistakes and then getting back up on your feet in the movie business. we will take a look and see if hollywood is ready to give mel gibson a second chance. >>> first, here this morning, more on the tragic death of indy car driver dan wheldon yesterday. this morning, the racing world is mourning the man who won two indy 500s and who was pretty much universally regarded as a great guy and cheerleader for the sport. cbs news bit whil customer has more. >> reporter: in may he was on top of the world having won his second indianapolis 500. on sunday, indy car driver
more of dr. murray's own words following jackson's death. kendis gibson has that story. >> reporter: jurors heard dr. conrad murray describe how michael jackson's children learned their father was dead. >> after they cried and cried and cried, the words of unhappiness and confusion couldn't live without her dad and she didn't want to be an orphan. and really sad, really sad. >> reporter: dr. murray told detectives he believes jackson was getting powerful drugs from a beverly hills dermatologist. >> when he came back, he was basically wasted and required at least 24 hours for recovery. >> reporter: murray's defense team says jackson himself administered the fatal dose. in court tuesday, the medical examiner who performed an autopsy on jackson, testified there is no evidence supporting that theory. >> the circumstances do not support self-administration of propofol. >> reporter: the coroner says a more likely scenario is dr. murray misjudged how many propofol he gave jackson. kendis gibson, cbs news, los angeles. >>> in other news, first lady michelle obama has a new title -- jumper i
more testimony about what doctor murray was doing on the day that the singer died. kendis gibson is at the courthouse with more information. >> jurors could hear from dr. conrad murray as soon as today. prosecutors are expected to play audio from an interview police had with michael jackson's personal physician two days after the singer's death. jackson died from an overdose of the anesthetic propofol. pharmacist tim lopez said he shipped 255 vials of the drug to murray. >> did conrad murray ever disclose to you he was michael jackson's physician? >> no. >> lopez said murray claimed the drugs were for his los angeles clinic but of there no clinic in l.a. and murray actually had the propofol sent to the apartments of his girlfriend, nicole alvarez. she testified that murray called her from the ambulance on the day of jackson's death. >> i remember him telling me that he was on the way to the hospital in the ambulance with mr. jackson. and for me not to be alarmed. >> prosecutors are trying to prove that murray's negligence led to the pop star's death. the defense claims jackson g
here. good afternoon president chiu and members of the board. i am lisa gibson with the planning department. in joining me today is my colleague andrea contraras, who is the final coordinator for the negative declaration that is the subject of today's appeal. also with me is annemarie rogers, who will address the conditional use application. tina tam will be available for questions about national resources. the planning department sent to two appeal responses responding to a total of two letters that were set by the appellate as a result to the final neg dec appeal. if any of you need our latest memo, we have extra copies. we also of copies for members of the public. after careful consideration of the concerns raised in the testimony today, the planning department continues to find that th ffmmd was appropriately issued. we will up ould the decision to issue and fmnd and returned the product to the department for an eir. i would like to turn things over to andrea who will conclude the presentation and wrap things up. >> thank you. i am with the planning department. the department
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paid her dues. >> it is larry gibson, and he is talking about the library's president. she is the current and first democratically elected leader of a democratic nation. clinton has directed political campaigns at all levels of government and was also the brains behind the movement? usher her into office. >> she is a nice lady. then she asked, would i be willing to to go to liberia to just make an assessment. >> initially, he was reluctant. he eventually agreed. >> i went there for a couple of weeks and he to be 371 liberians. had decided that she could win. >> stinson said he dropped a plan and thought he was done. he was asked to travel to china were campaign materials were cheapest. >> i hope -- i ordered the posters, everything it takes to run a campaign. >> gibson says he was so far into the process that he did not see any point in turning around. >> when we empower women around the world, then everybody is better off. >> our education reporter tim tooten travel to liberia in 2007 and spoke with the president about the historical connection between her country and amer
of michael jackson. this follows a day of dramatic testimony. as kendis gibson reports. >> reporter: the defense delivered a big surprise. abandoning its claim that michael jackson swallowed a fatal dose of propofol. the singer's personal physician is accused of giving jackson the powerful anesthetic that killed him. the jury was out of the room when dr. conrad murray's attorney told the judge that jackson could not have taken the medicine orally. it is unclear whether the defense will argue the singer injected the powerful drug. jackson died in his los angeles mansion in june of 2009. a cardiologist who reviewed dr. murray's care of jackson found six instances of gross negligence on the day he died. >> he should never have given propofol in the first place. he didn't have to guide monitor. he wasn't ready for an emergency. didn't have an emergency plan. if you put all of those together, yes, he is responsible. >> reporter: dr. alon steinberg says dr. murray made another critical mistake because he didn't call 911 when jackson lost consciousness. >> had dr. murray called 911 at 12:0
filing against gibson guitar company. all of the wood that gibson had that was seized was illegal to possess but other guitar makers have that type of wood including a guitar maker that makes guitars nine blocks off of capitol hill and he is worried he cannot get the wood or, worse, heel be raided. i talked with a congresswoman and gibson is in her congressional district and she feels, when she hears that complaint from guitar makers and furniture makers here is what she said. >> many people look at this and say if it happened to gibson, could it happen to me. >>reporter: what is behind this, is a law that protects the wood company against illegal logging, but now the national association of music merchants sent a letter to the president and members of congress colaining about the "unintended consequences that are damaging to the industry and 9 economy." and it is not just the manufacturers who are hurting but a company in nashville imports vintage guitars but there is so much paperwork it has affected his export business and here is what he says. >> gone from 40 percent of busine
viral. the big new buzz includes mel gibson. haven't heard about him in a while. what is a fellow hollywood superstar saying about the controversial actor? and oh, so much more, coming up. >> it ended up in a man hunt, so it is a good thing. >> i have never heard you say that before. >> never been a moment to say it. >>> let's get started demonstrators in new york. descended on times square in a sign the movement may be growing. we are live with much more. mara, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. it was like new years's eve in times square yesterday. thousands gathered from what had been dubbed an occupation party and those crowds surprised even organizers themselves who thought the entire event would be over in an hour. an hour after it started, crowds pouring in, carrying signs, chanting banks got bailed out, we got sold out in a continued protest against banks and big corporations. 92 people were arrested yesterday in new york. some were taken into custody for charging police barriers in times square. two police officers were injured, one with a head injury and one with a
. the federal law is t the center of an investigation into the type of pased gibson guitar."it's very law," says rep. jim cooper. cooper joined congressman marsha blaccbbrn in sponsoring the retailers and entertaiiers laccy implementation and enforceeent faarness (relief) act. the bi-partisan bill would exempt products like old &pguitars and antique furniture madeefrom endangered wood, and protect their owners from legal jeopardy."the relief act is designed to address those unintended consequences," says u.s. rep. marssa blackburn, r-7th district of tennessee. the new proposal would have no effect on tte ongoing investigationnat gibson guitar and would still prohibit importing illegal wood.at nashville's gruhn guitars, the relief act would give ooners of vintage instruments peace of mind whenever they travel. "it eeds to be done in such a manner that is comprehensible and sensible," says owner george gruhn.a coalition of music, usiness, and manufacturing groops also supports rolling back the regulations."government's game of gotcha should be addressed at every opportunity," sayss ji
she was leaving john gibson's house. >> you know, i would sue you. if i were gibson, i would file a media suit. >> got to do something with this woman. she is dangerous. on the regis and kelly program on syndicated program snooki, who is, i guess, somebody who is on what jersey shore. >> got a new book out. >> bill: snooki does? >> yes. fantastic. confessions of a guidette. suggest everyone read it. >> bill: they do this. >> you are going to get -- called snookified. >> jersey don't wear ties. take off your shirt. >> have no shirt. >> i'm ---i want to see where this goes. [cheers] >> this is good. >> put the tie on. [cheers] >> bill: so why was that dumb? >> it's not dumb, actually. because he is 80 years old and he is in great shape. this is the first time in the history that the two phrases regis and topless have been paired together. >> bill: why did snooki want him to take his shirt off? >> because the situation has a.b.s. that's the guy on the show. don't ask me. i don't watch it. >> i watch every episode. >> bill: why did snooki want to see regis topless? >> because they nev
gibson joins us live from the courthouse in los angeles with today's developments. kendis? >> reporter: anita, that was really a strange day for the defense of dr. conrad murray. they have had more than two years to prepare for trial and now, just as prosecution is winding down its case, they decide to change course? the defense delivered a big surprise. abandoning its claim that michael jackson swallowed a fatal dose of propofol. the singer's personal physician is accused of giving jackson the powerful anesthetic that killed him. the jury was out of the room when dr. conrad murray's told the judge jackson could not have taken the medicine orally. jackson died in his los angeles mansion in june 2009. >> shall be the truth. >> reporter: a cardiologist who reviewed dr. murray's care of jackson found six instances of gross megaglen on the day he glio-- megaly against on the day he died. >> he wasn't ready for an emergency and didn't have an emergency plan and if you put all those together, yes, he's responsible. >> reporter: dr. steinberg says dr. murray made another mistake because he di
reflect the future of journalists. he broke several celebrity stories such as the mel gibson anti-semitic tirades. the tiger woods downfall. of initial public account er's car with a paper street did not make any sense. they were right. -- with a neighbor's tree did not make any sense. he was right. [laughter] tmz has broken ground with the way news is packaged with an emphasis on speed. it was the 10th most popular web site. it ranks above bloomberg, politico and npr. our guest has had a fascinating journey that continues to unfold. from the university of chicago law school, and and a litigator, and a journalist shinin the trenches. he covered many high-profile court cases around the country. he received nine emmy awards for his reporting. he created and produced "celebrity justice". he has come here today to talk about the tmz empire and why it is as successful and what it means for the future of journalism. the issue to be discussed today could not be more timely. what is the right model in the digital age back we are pleased -- digital age of? age? we are glad he accepted our
. there's mel gibson. what is a physical low hollywood superstar saying about the controversial actor? we'll tell you that and oh so much more coming up. >> ended in a man hug, so had to be a good thing. >> did you say man hug? >> man hug. >> i have never heard you say that before. >> there's never been a moment to say it. that clearly was. >>> let us get started, first, with those demonstrators in new york. they descended on times square saturday in another sign that the movement may only be growing. nbc's mara has more. good morning. >> reporter: jenna, good morning. it was like new year's eve in times square yesterday. thousands gathered for what had been dubbed an occupation party, and those crowds surprised even organizers themselves who thought the entire event would be over in an hour. an hour after it started, crowds were still pouring in carrying signs, chanting things like banks got bailed out, we got sold out, in continued protests against big banks and corporatio corporations. now, 92 people were arrested yesterday in new york. police say that some were taken into custody for
a $10,000 qatar sound like. his craft threatened after the raid on gibson guitar declared much of the wood he uses to be illegal. >> i use the same ebony that were confiscated in august. >> reporter: across the industry, anxiety over anyone using ebony at risk of losing the business. >> many people look at this and say if it happened to them could it happen to me. >> the finger board say there is an amendment to the lacy act. but indian government says they're finished product and allows the export. industry is lost in contradiction and confusion. the car dealer has a different problem. it requires extensive paperwork to export vintage instruments. >> for us to import or export the instruments its so cumbersome in manycations it's not worth it. >> frustration with the lacy act is boiling over. tennessee senator lamar alexander says the industry may be right and he cosponsored the lacy act amendment and says it might be fixing. >> my responsibility as a tennessee senator to look at the law and say is it hurting our musicians or our manufacturers? does it have unintended conseque
. this is the 11th annual mini golf day. >>> debbie gibson, a five-year breast cancer survivor kicked off breast cancer awareness month with a bang held shoot for the cure this weekend. they're still adding up to the totals, but have raised $5500. people came out to raise their rifles for a variety of reasons. >> it is a wonderful event that brings attention to this dread disease, breast cancer. my wife is a five-year survivor. we thought this would be a great way to bring attention to the many, many ways that komen's is helping to eradicate this disease and to show the shooting sports in a positive light. >> they were pleased with the tournament, more than 170 folks come out. that's more than double what they usually have. >>> you haven't even seen the decorations for the holidays, and you're already talking about those gotta have gadgets for the holidays. what do you have to have this holiday season? what we expect to be hot this holiday season. >>> consumer alert, i can't beef this, but the battle for the holiday gadgets is under way. between amazon's tablet and an apple i-phone announcement,
is still going at 60. it is all part of your eye on entertainment with kendis gibson. >> men of a certain age will be lining up to see the new comedy starring owen wilson, steve martin and jack black. they play a trio of guys who each have to confront midlife crises as they compete in a bird watching contest. >> this is a bird watching movie that was unusual. >> the bird watching bromance hits theatres october 14th. russell brand is making rosie o'donnell's dreams come true. he's her top celebrity crush and now brand has agreed to be the first guest on o'donnell's new talk show on the oprah winfrey network. the premieres of the rosie show and winfrey's new show air on monday, october 10th. >>> sting turns 60 years old this weekend with a little help from his friends. lady gaga, bruce springsteen and stevie wonder. they came together for a birthday bash at new york's beacon theatre. the ageless rocker says he wants to keep performing for the next 25 years. he hits the road for another tour on october 21st. >>> one of the world's top auction houses will soon be lending a hand in the fight a
character's footsteps, adopting a baby. kendis gibson has more in this look at entertainment. >> reporter: sugarland will return to indianapolis for a free concert later this month, the site of the deadly stage collapse in august. seven people were killed and more than 40 hurt when a powerful storm hit the band stage rigging. donations will be collected at the concert to benefit the victims. life imitates art for sex in the city star kristin davis. the 46-year-old actress has adopted a baby girl just like her fictional character. her rep told "people" magazine she adopted jemaah rose. >> amy winehouse's father will release a book about her life. the proceeds will go to charities set up in the singer's name. mitch winehouse says the memoir, my daughter, will tell her true story. she died in july at the age of 27. the dvd rental company netflix has dropped its plan to divide the business. the break-up plan would have created a new company called quickster to handle dvds by mail, separate from online streaming and speaking of dvds -- >> i want you to fire this at me. >> horrible bosses, g
, no arrests have been made. and mels of the tea party taking a stand and voicing their support for gibson guitar, a rally in nashville. >> stand with me, stand with gibson! >> stand with gibson! >> they're angry over how the federal government executed raids at two of gibson's factories back in august. agents seized more than 10,000 guitar pieces believed to be made out of wood illegally made india and madagascar. and we'll talk with judson phillips who helped organization that. more than 50,000 fans rocked out to michael jackson's hits at a concert in whales. ♪ three fifths of the original jackson five gang and some of the children made a brief appearance on stage. >> to be here on this special night to honor our father. >> brothers randy and jermaine wanted to move the date that would not coincide with the trial of jackson murray, sister janet said it would be too painful. >> half the the family protesting. >> hopefully our viewers are not protesting. >> clayton: i saw rick outside protesting. >> alisyn: does he have a sign? >> he has his own weather wall. >> i quit already. i'm prett
. but the questions begin. >> question for chat. any thoughts on gibson guitar's legal problems? >> what a strange thing that was. for those of you that may not know, the united states rated the gibson guitar company and shut them down because they were buying would from india in making guitars here in the united states with atwood. it was a squarely thing i ever heard of. it's just a disturbing policy really. that should've never happened happened in my opinion. so that is my feeling. i think it's ridiculous. that's the law, the law ought to be changed. [inaudible] [laughter] >> the first guitar i ever bought was a gibson guitar, mustard and 65 over 64. and i'm not worried about that now. i think this story has broken now and giving people a lot to think about and hopefully this kind of silliness will stop. >> i really respect what you do in the fact that you're using journalism to share the work here in a way that people can understand, but on the flipside, i'm interested in the world of pr played in the success of the site because they know your pr person i know is amazing. i am interested in k
. conrad murray. kenneth gibson has the latest on this case for wjz. >> the jury heard the michael jackson slurred voice in court >> prosecutors displayed a longer exert. computer experts testified he recovered e-mails and voice recordings from dr. conrad murray's cell phone. but prosecutors say jackson never got the chance to build the hospital because he died in an overdose. prosecutors say dr. murray add men steered the lethal dose. murray's lawyers say jackson did it himself. show jurors the room where michael jackson was found. admitting dozens of prescription medications into evidence. among them a single bottle of prop a toll. >> and was it empty as it is today. >> correct. >> reporter: a coroner from the -- testified she found several other bottles stashed. >> reporter: dr. murray could spend 4 years behind bars if convicted. >>> freed american amanda knox spends her 2nd night in the u.s. tonight but that's all her parents will say about her where abouts. after spending 4 years behind bars. her family is concerned about the long term impact of her years behind bars. >> family is. >
lines. bill: there is new fallout on gibson's guitar factory in nashville. court documents show the company uses a wood that -- >> reporter: the tea party is stage big rally to protest against what it calls massive government overreach in the story against gibson. some of the other guitar manufacturers are using the same wood. dave berkowitz of washington, d.c. is concerned that the indian rosewood is illegal he won't be able to get the wood he needs to get guitars. >> i'm anxious because i have a trade that i love, and have loved since i was 4 years old. it's all i have ever really wanted to do. it's the possibility of seeing the end of an american trade. i feel threatened. report are makes about 12 guy stars a year. but they are worth $9,000 to $10,000 apiece. he says one fine bill from the department of fish and game would put him out of business. the amendment to the lacy act to help protect against illegal logging. but there doesn't appear to be illegal logging. the indian government says the wood it exported to gibson is legal. but the u.s. government says now it's not leg
. that's strike two. greg gibson, the first base umpire. had to get out of the way to make the call. one ball, two strikes. inside. 2-2. >> joe: runner at third. two out. ball three. there is schumaker in the on deck circle. darren oliver out in the bullpen. cardinals also have theriot. if la russa wants to make that switch. here is a 3-2. strikes out looking. good work by feldman. he keeps it a one-run game with that guy set to lead it off. michael young, adrian beltre, nelson cruz coming up. big bats for the
. coming up with 10 debby gibson songs they five minutes ago. whitny how thon i want to dance with somebody such an annoying song. it is an original and that is facebook and synd us a tweet or e-mail. have a great weekend and we'll be back here on monday and visit with master chef and take you inside of harry fenton's newly remodeled tar light room. thank you and have a good weekend. >>> good evening. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn johnson. a pilot who took off from monterey is forced to ditch his plane in the pacific. >> 400 miles from hawaii he radioed he was running on fumes. the plane took off from monterey, but just 13 miles from the big island the fuel tank ran dry forcing him to ditch in the ocean. thomas roman is in the newsroom. take us through it. >> he was attempting a flight that according to the specifications, tested the plane to its limit. the 65-year-old man was in a twin-engine cessna to hawaii this afternoon. he radioed the f.a.a. which notified the hilo coast guard to tell them the pilot was low on fuel and would then run out. >> when the pilot was approximately 400 miles
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